Building Cross-Cultural Bridges at Camp Kidsway
Camp Kidsway, 2019 was concluded yesterday’s local camp run by Crossway Christian Church, This summer camp focused on a variety of activities arts and crafts, games, dance parties, and even a bouncy house. Partnership with United Way of Greater Nashua, Rohingya Society of Greater Nashua, Crossway Christian Church and One Greater Nashua. This year’s 184 campers are learning the importance of serving those in need, thanking those who serve and learning to understand and building cross-cultural bridges. With Liz Fitzgerald’s help, the Rohingya Society of Greater Nashua and Crossway Christian Church was able to secure a grant from the Islamic Relief USA. This grant went toward leadership training for returning Rohingya students who are assistant leaders this year.
I wanted to take a moment to acknowledge support from the Islamic Relief USA Charitable Foundation for supporting a partnership this summer between the Rohingya Society of Greater Nashua and Crossway Christian Church. The two groups worked in partnership to build cross-cultural understanding and improved equity, inclusion, and integration for Greater Nashua. The grant provided by Islamic Relief USA for their Silver Anniversary Grant. We are grateful to the Islamic Relief Organization for their support of our Community and helping up to build bridges of cross-cultural understanding in the fun-family focused way.
Director of Community Impact, United Way of Greater Nashua